Science

Basic inorganic chemistry

Author: Frank Albert Cotton

Publisher: Wiley

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 838

View: 669

Explains the basics of inorganic chemistry with a primary emphasis on facts; then uses the student's growing factual knowledge as a foundation for discussing the important principles of periodicity in structure, bonding and reactivity. New to this updated edition: improved treatment of atomic orbitals and properties such as electronegativity, novel approaches to the depiction of ionic structures, nomenclature for transition metal compounds, quantitative approaches to acid-base chemistry, Wade's rules for boranes and carboranes, the chemistry of major new classes of substances including fullerenes and silenes plus a chapter on the inorganic solid state.
Chemistry, Inorganic

BASIC INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 3RD ED

Author: Cotton

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Chemistry, Inorganic

Page: 860

View: 864

Market_Desc: · Students· Instructors About The Book: The text explains the basics of inorganic chemistry with a primary emphasis on facts; then uses the student's growing factual knowledge as a foundation for discussing the important principles of periodicity in structure, bonding and reactivity. This book contains separate chapters on improved treatment of atomic orbitals and properties such as electro negativity, novel approaches to the depiction of ionic structures, nomenclature for transition metal compounds, quantitative approaches to acid-base chemistry, Wade's rules for boranes and carboranes, the chemistry of major new classes of substances including fullerenes and silenes plus a chapter on the inorganic solid state.
Education

Exam Prep for: Basic Inorganic Chemistry, 3rd Edition

Author: David Mason

Publisher: Rico Publications

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 800

View: 684

Chemistry is the scientific discipline involved with elements and compounds composed of atoms, molecules and ions: their composition, structure, properties, behavior and the changes they undergo during a reaction with other substances. This book provides over 2,000 Exam Prep questions and answers to accompany the text Basic Inorganic Chemistry, 3rd Edition Items include highly probable exam items: Filtration, Thermal expansion, Chemical reactor, control valves, Thermosiphon, Substituent, and more.
Science

Basic Principles of Inorganic Chemistry

Author: Brian J Hathaway

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 164

View: 144

General chemistry textbooks are usually lengthy and present chemistry to the student as an unconnected list of facts. In inorganic chemistry, emphasis should be placed on the connections between valence shell electron configuration and the physical and chemical properties of the element. Basic Principles of Inorganic Chemistry: Making the Connections is a short, concise book that emphasises these connections, in particular the chemistry of the Main Group compounds. With reference to chemical properties, Lewis Structures, stoichiometry and spider diagrams, students will be able to predict or calculate the chemistry of simple polyatomic compounds from the valence shell configuration and will no longer be required to memorise vast amounts of factual chemistry. This book is ideal for students taking chemistry as a subsidiary subject as well as honours degree students.
Science

Inorganic Chemistry

Author: Gary Wulfsberg

Publisher: University Science Books

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 978

View: 628

Both elementary inorganic reaction chemistry and more advanced inorganic theories are presented in this one textbook, while showing the relationships between the two.
Science

Solutions Manual to Accompany Basic Inorganic Chemistry

Author: F. Albert Cotton

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 219

View: 471

Explains the basics of inorganic chemistry with a primary emphasis on facts; then uses the student′s growing factual knowledge as a foundation for discussing the important principles of periodicity in structure, bonding and reactivity. New to this updated edition: improved treatment of atomic orbitals and properties such as electronegativity, novel approaches to the depiction of ionic structures, nomenclature for transition metal compounds, quantitative approaches to acid–base chemistry, Wade′s rules for boranes and carboranes, the chemistry of major new classes of substances including fullerenes and silenes plus a chapter on the inorganic solid state.